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If you are a Sloe Gin drinker, then we urge you to try our Wild Bullace Liqueur. It has a Damson like fruity taste, with a very slight bitter twist and pleasant dryness to it, similar to that of a Sloe Gin. This is a very unique tasting and rare liqueur, one for the collector!
How is it best drunk?
Our experiments continue, but its subtle sweetness and dry twist make it good with crushed ice. Try it as part of our Wild Plum Bellini Cocktail. If you have any other ideas for cocktails using it then please let us know.
How is this made?
Wild Bullace is a little known, naturally occurring, British hedgerow fruit that belongs to the plum family. Our Wild Bullace Liqueur is made by infusing the fruit in a London Gin with some sugar for about 12 months. In 2006 Bullace just happened to grow in abundance on the neighboring farm to Colin and Phyllis Hingston in Worcestershire and they were offered a chance to make best use of it. Always up for a challenge they let us try their experiment and we immediately recognized its potential. Since that first year of production their Bullace have not grown in any reasonable number other than 2011 and again in 2013, making this a once in a blue moon liqueur! It will certainly be one for the more savy liqueur drinker or cocktail connoisseur, and will delight Sloe Gin fans.